Crochet

Welcome to the home of all things crochet on my blog. Here you will find all my crochet blog posts. My Crochet blog is separated into three sub categories being Stargazing CAL, All Things Crochet and Free Patterns. Don’t fear if you are unsure where your blog post may be, these are all listed below!

Stargazing CAL

All Things Crochet

Free Patterns

All Crochet Blog Posts

Commuting Crochet Essentials

The ability to crochet in the car, on the train or your commute requires you to carry some essential items. Over the last year or so I have experimented with the tools needed to crochet during your commute or on road trips. I have compiled the list of the crochet essentials that live in my work bag. The best part is these don’t take up too much room!

Sheep Hand Sanitiser Cozie

Make your own sheep hand sanitiser cozie. Inspired by Sean Sheep and Llama-no-drama this cozie is a cute little COVID-19 essential accessory.

Ear Savers

Staying safe during the COVID-19 pandemic is important for everyone to take measures to stay safe. Many areas and occupations require masks to be worn. My work requires masks to be work in meetings and I wear them on my commute in to work. One accessory that can provide a bit of relief for mask… Continue reading Ear Savers

Stargazing Scarf

This pattern is the first in the stargazing series. The combination of star stitch and (coffee) beans is the perfect combination for stargazing on cold winter nights. This scarf is the perfect way to keep warm.

Granny Square Day

Today is Granny Square day 2020. Granny squares hold a special place for crocheters. 90% of Crocheters will have learnt the fundamental crochet techniques through the humble granny square. These squares are very adaptable and have been modified and tailored over the years. To celebrate Granny Square day I am sharing my favourite beginner granny… Continue reading Granny Square Day

Stargazing Cowl

This pattern is the first in the stargazing series. The combination of star stitch and (coffee) beans is the perfect combination for stargazing on cold winter nights. This cowl keeps your neck warm on a cold winter nights.

Aria Lanyard

The inspiration for this lanyard is my adorable little niece Aria. While she is a fully fledged toddler now and no longer uses a pacifier, this design is inspired by her. The pattern is available on my Ravelry store. I am releasing a simplified version of the pattern for free today to accompany the teether lanyard.

Stargazing Gloves

This pattern is the third in the stargazing series. The combination of star stitch and (coffee) beans is the perfect combination for stargazing on cold winter nights. These gloves are perfect to keep your hands warm on cold winter nights while being able to use hands for using your phone or telescope.

Stargazing Beanie

This pattern is the second in the stargazing series. The combination of star stitch and (coffee) beans is the perfect combination for stargazing on cold winter nights. This beanie is perfect for your cold evenings star watching over winter.

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